It would be like a dog chasing a motorcycle.....  

TrueTxGtlman 53M
111 posts
3/18/2006 7:44 pm

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3/27/2006 7:26 pm

It would be like a dog chasing a motorcycle.....

I wouldn't know how to ride it if I caught it any ways.

Today I made a family day. My wife and my two boys went to the movies and then to bowl. Afterwards the boys were playing video games and my wife and I were just sitting at a table waiting for them to finish and my wife made a comment that I had a fan watching me. I looked around and I didn't notice anyone looking at me and I asked what she was talking about. She replied that a woman had walked by us about 4 times and each time she game me a look of desire.

Now I have always been very repectful when I was out with my wife in public and not "LOOK" at other women so this was not frustrating to me for not having noticed. Then she walked by again and I noticed she gave me a nice smile and a cute little nod almost saying HI without vocalizing the words. My wife said... "SEE". I said she was just someone that is very friendly and now that I acknowledged her she will not be "LOOKING" at me.

Well I was wrong I got up to go check on my sons and she was in the area of the video games and my oldest son said... I think that woman is checking you out... or at least I hope it is you and not me I looked at her and she was grinning like she stole something and wanting to confess to me. When I went back to the table my wife asked if I just went in there to slip her my number and I said NO. At this point my ego was very well stroked but it made me think. I have not ever in my life had to approach a woman in public like that. Could I have if I was alone? I don't think I could have.... so it goes to the title of this post.... If I ever caught one I would be able to ride her. I use the internet to break the ice with women and it is a lot easier but I don't flirt or notice flirts outside of the "net". How is it for some of you out there? Single or Married.

RoyalPurpleRose 52F

3/20/2006 10:45 am

Some things you never forget and time improves the experience. I don't think you'd have a problem.

~Kisses, RPR

TrueTxGtlman replies on 3/20/2006 11:00 am:
Guess the next thing is to find a willing victim.

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